A/Prof Ingles recognised at prestigious awards ceremony in Canberra, for achieving the highest-ranked National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career Development Fellowship in her category.
We celebrate Centenary’s Associate Professor Jodie Ingles, who is balancing life as a highly-successfully medical researcher with being a mum.
Centenary Institute scientists have conducted a study which could change how researchers discover the causes of genetic heart disease.
Researchers at the Centenary Institute in Sydney have led a study which has uncovered a brand-new target for melanoma metastasis; providing an improved understanding of how the cancer spreads and opening the door for more effective treatments.
A study led by scientists at the Centenary Institute could provide some families with a clearer insight into why a young loved one may have experienced an otherwise unexplained cardiac arrest and in some cases, sudden death.
Scientists at the Centenary Institute have developed a novel drug which could potentially be used to effectively treat patients with diabetic retinopathy; the main cause of blindness from diabetes.
A study led by researchers at the Centenary Institute has identified a drug currently used to treat cancer patients, as a potential treatment option for a leading cause of stroke in young people.